Language
Japanese

HIGH SCHOOL FLEET WILHELMINA BRAUNSCHWEIG INGENOHL FRIEDEBURG ANI*STATUE

Figure

Specification

Month of Release
May, 2017
Scale
1/8
Product Size
Total Height:200mm
Specification
Pre-Painted PVC Figure
Material
PVC(phthalate ester-free)・ABS
Sculptor
HIIRO

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Product Description

A KOTOBUKIYA Japanese import! For the next beautiful Ani*Statue Kotobukiya has headed out on the high seas and the naval adventure story of High School Fleet. As Yokosuka Girls’ Marine High School students try to clear their names aboard the destroyer Harekaze they meet unlikely allies, and coming to you in statue form is one of them: WILHELMINA BRAUNSCHWEIG INGENOHL FRIEDEBURG! A student from the Wilhelmshaven High School, Wilhelmina served aboard the Admiral Graf Spee before it was ravaged by a virus. The anti-submarine expert stands in a sassy pose on the bridge of the Harekaze, legs slightly crossed with one knee pushed forward, one hand resting on her hip, and her other arm leaning on a ship’s console. Ms. Friedburg wears her officer’s uniform consisting of a black jacket with brown piping and accents, a black skirt with red pleats and white ruffles, tall black boots, striped thigh high socks, white shirt, and red tie. Her long blonde hair flowing around her shoulders and a braid held up by a black and red hair tie, the German girl with pretty blue eyes gives you a big smile showing you she’s eager to get into battle. Sculpted by Mitsuru Hoya, Wilhelmina Braunschweig Ingenohl Friedburg stands over 7 ½ inches tall (1/8 scale) on her highly detailed naval display base.

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